Centuria Capital (CNI) is a diversified fund management business with financial service offerings spanning property funds, insurance and investment bonds. Centuria Capital was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 26 March 2002.
IMF Australia (IMF) is engaged in the investigation, management and funding of litigation. The operations of the company are divided into three areas of business: insolvency claims, commercial claims involving single plaintiffs and commercial group actions. IMF’s services include funding for litigation and investigations preliminary to litigation; payment of adverse costs orders; strategic planning, monitoring and managing of litigation; factual investigation, including asset tracing, and assistance in facilitating settlements and maximizing the value of each claim.
First Growth Funds (FGF), formerly m2m Corporation, is focused on emerging technologies in high growth companies and markets. It has investments in Forestry Carbon Credit Projects in Asia, the Pacific Islands and Australia, and Digital Video. The First Growth Funds executive team sources acquisitions, works with senior managers of our portfolio companies to design ways of growing and improving business and provides expansion capital to support the businesses growth strategy.
Strategic Elements invests into Australian companies across the rare earths and rare metals mining, processing and materials development sectors. The company's primary strategy is to be an early investor into small and medium Australian companies and assist them with capital, technical expertise and alliances with industry players.
WAM Research (WAX) is an independently owned boutique investment manager established in 1997 by Geoff Wilson. WAM is based in Sydney, Australia. The Wilson Asset Management Group (WAM Group) is comprised of four investment professionals who have a total investment experience of over 50 years.
At November 2010, the WAM Group was the manager of three listed investment companies with funds under management of approximately $300 million. The group also manages unlisted funds of approximately $25 million.
Merricks Capital Special Opportunity Fund (MEF) is an Australian based Funds Manager, focused on the developed markets of Asia. The fund was floated in April 2005, raising A$32M through the issue of 32M shares and 32M attaching options. The objective of the fund was to leverage the recommendations and themes contained in the Fat Prophets newsletter. The investment manager of the fund is Tidewater Asset Management, which was appointed to the role in January 2006 and is a subsidiary of the ASX-listed Tidewater Investments.
Countplus (CUP) was established in 2007 as a subsidiary business of ASX listed Count Financial Limited and is the holding company of 18 established accounting and financial services businesses across Australia with the vision of growing a network of best practice accounting and financial planning firms to service the full range of client needs. It was listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) on 22 December, 2010.
Countplus’ strategic objectives are to:
Signature Capital Investments (SGI) is an absolute-return company launched in October 2004 and listed in December 2005. It provided investors with an opportunity to invest in up to four times leveraged exposure to the Lighthouse Diversified Fund Limited - Offshore Fund. The deterioration in global financial markets in FY09 adversely impacted the SGI's investment portfolio. Since then there have been major changes implemented. SGI listed on the Australian stock market on 6 December, 2005.
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